Peter Stephen Du PonceauPeter Stephen Du Ponceau (born Pierre-Étienne du Ponceau, June 3, 1760 – April 1, 1844) was a French-American linguist, philosopher, and jurist. After emigrating to the colonies in 1777, he served in the American Revolutionary War. Afterward, he settled in Philadelphia, where he lived the remainder of his years. He contributed significantly to work on the indigenous languages of the Americas, as well as advancing the understanding of written Chinese. Provided by Wikipedia
A brief view of the Constitution of the United States : addressed to the Law Academy of Philadelphia
An inaugural discourse : delivered on the third of June, 1837, before the Historical society of Pennsylvania
Mémoire sur le système grammatical des langues de quelques nations indiennes de l'Amerique du Nord ..kostenfrei
Opinion of W. Rawle and Peter S. Duponceau on the title to the State-House yard, in the city of Philadelphia“...Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, 1760-1844....”
Proceedings of a meeting held in Philadelphia on the 4th of November, 1824, (24th October, O.S.) : to commemorate the landing of William Penn on the shore of America, on the 24th o...
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